Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Review by Lexi for Ardor by Elena M Reyes

Gregory Thomas has always had an easy life. When it came to his profession, he excelled, gaining himself the position of manager to one of the nation’s biggest wholesale retailers. He was amazing at everything; except when it came to love. The night he found his ex-wife in bed with her gay best friend was the night he decided it wasn’t worth it. He was better off just focusing on his career, and nothing more.
He became content with just being. That is, until Jasmine Velez, his new employee, walked into his store.
Blunt, and honest to a fault, the woman captivates him against his will. Not only is she gorgeous, but she’s the first woman that doesn’t chase him around. Something that makes ignoring her that much harder. The last thing he wants to do is try to have a relationship with a woman again, and he knows that if he allows Jasmine in, that’s exactly what he’s going to go for.
Except, then he’s faced with the possibility of Jasmine being with someone else, and the choice is taken from him. He’s left with only one option: He needs to make her his. But that might prove harder than he originally expected.
How the hell does a man seduce a feisty woman who’s gotten tired of waiting for him and is hell bent on not giving into him?

Lexi's review.

In "Ardor" by Elena M Reyes we are presented the story of Gregory Thomas and Jasmine Velez.
Everything changed for Mr. Thomas when Jasmine entered his life as his new cashier at the store he managed.

His anterior experience with women left him no choice but to guard his heart from any other woman, that is until he met Jasmine. And this is when the excitement between the two of them begins.

The premise of the story and the main idea of it are great. I love the way Gregory's thoughts are narrated and the passion everything is written with. But the main drawback for me -and the reason my honey pots are limited- was that at the beginning, the pace of the story was too fast for my liking. In my honest opinion the first 4 chapters were really rushed,but it evened out until the end.

Rating: 3 out of 5 honey pots

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1 comment:

  1. Great Review, Bee! I have a book I think you may like - could you please shoot me an e-mail, and I can send you more info?